Fees and insurance coverage
Massage Therapy fees
30 min - $55
45 min - $70
60 min - $85
75 min - $110
90 min - $130
Fees for Naturopathic Consultation
Fees for Naturopathic visits are claimable under most extended health care plans and are based on the CAND fee schedule. Please see the CAND website for more information on this and other questions you may have pertaining to Naturopathic Medicine.
At Ahimsa Naturopathic, we strive to make Naturopathic care accessible to all. If your circumstances are such that you are unable to afford the suggested fee, payment installations and/or sliding scale based on need are available, please contact the office to discuss payment options if needed.
Fees as of March 1st, 2019:
Initial Naturopathic adult consult, 90 minutes - $200.00
Initial children’s consult, 60 minutes - $150.00
Follow-up visit, 60 minutes - $150.00
Follow-up visit, 45 minutes - $100.00
Follow-up visit, 30 minutes - $75.00
Follow-up visit, 20 minutes - $50.00
Acute, complaint related consult, 30-45 minutes - $85.00
Personal Acupuncture treatment 30 minutes - $60.00*
*MUST have had an initial or acute consult before acupuncture treatments. Sessions lasting longer than 30mins will be billed accordingly.
No-shows and non-urgent cancellations with less than 48 hours notice will be charged 30% visit fee. Exceptions are made for illness and weather related cancellations.
A Note on Insurance:
Most extended health insurance plans in Canada cover Naturopathic treatments. Insured patients are encouraged to contact their employer or individual insurance brokers to determine the extent of their coverage. If Naturopathic medicine is not covered by your extended health care plan, contact your provider to request that their policy be extended to include naturopathic services. Since NDs use alternatives to costly techniques and drug therapies, more insurance companies are beginning to investigate expanding coverage of this cost-effective treatment method.
Please note: Naturopathic medicine is currently not covered by any of the provincial health plans.